Galway Corinthians RFC

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Galway Corinthians RFC
Full name Galway Corinthians Football Club
Union IRFU
Nickname(s) CRFC Corinthians
Founded 1932
Ground(s) Corinthian Park, Galway (Capacity: 4,500)
Chairman Dr Des Bluett
President Michael Berry
Coach(es) Ene Fa'taau
Captain(s) David Panter
League(s) All-Ireland League, Division 2B

Galway Corinthians Rugby Football Club is a rugby club in Galway, Ireland. The club was founded in 1932 and plays in Division 2B of the Irish domestic club competition the All-Ireland League. The Club's home ground is at Corinthian Park, Cloonacauneen, Co. Galway.

Foundation & Early History[edit]

On September 13, 1932 a brief report in the pages of the Connacht Sentinel announced the formation of a new rugby club in Galway. Its membership was drawn largely from Galway's inner city and working class and was composed in the main of students and players of St Joseph's Patrician College (The Bish) and the Galway Grammar School. The following evening the Club held its first meeting in the Mechanic's Institute in Middle Street at 8 pm, and from that meeting its first Senior Committee emerged:

Harry Warner - founding President; M Gallagher - Vice President; J Toner - Hon Treasurer; J Brown - Hon Secretary; J Owens - Assistant Secretary; T Mullins, G Mahont, M Roche, P O'Flaherty, W Lenihan, P Griffin, T Liodain - Committee Members.

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